Even just the act of acknowledging I am having a Soft-Shell Crab Day can be enough to soothe me a bit. Here are a few of my favorite things for Soft-Shell Crab Days.
From time to time, I will have gals describe to me having suffered an emotional wound, a disappointment, or just having one of those days that leaves them feeling tender, blue, and perhaps just a touch crabby—everything just hits with more sting and bites a bit deeper than it might usually.
I have found that the shift to online classes has been a rough one for many of the girls I work with, and I’ve noticed it has a lot to do with transitions—or really the lack thereof.
Kara Grant, LPC When was the last time you walked to your car and listened to the sounds of the environment surrounding you? A soundtrack consisting of your own footsteps, leaves blowing in the [...]
I’m not one to freak out easily or feel overly anxious; however, over the last month I have noticed myself taking on some of my client’s symptoms of anxiety. I am concerned and a bit freaking out [...]
Click for a video! Breathing. I often wonder how something seemingly so simple could be such a key piece of the puzzle when our emotions, especially anger and fear, are running away with us. Breathing is one [...]
Thanks to the UT School of Social Work in Austin , I had the pleasure of spending a day with Peter Levine, Ph.D and learning about his innovative approach to mental health treatment called Somatic Experiencing (SE). [...]